A precedent is in this novel, Janie in the long run comes to relate Tea Cake with the sun. He satisfies her. He gives her life—or, in any event, he improves her life way. Furthermore, even after he kicks the bucket, Janie keeps on considering Tea Cake as far as the sun: in spite of the fact that he's perished, he keeps on enhancing Janie's life.
The sun illustrates, just by rising for a long time, that life goes on, regardless of how shocking yesterday was. For Janie, Tea Cake's memory will be as suffering as the sun.
Support sentences form the body of a paragraph. They provide facts and examples to develop the idea of the topic sentence. In the excerpt, the support sentences supply information about the koala "bear." For example, they describe, among other things, the kind of animal it is and its physical appearance.